July the 7th 2005, three Muslim Terrorists travelled from Leeds to Luton, then got on a train into central London. The three men met up with another accomplice, and between them, they killed 52 and injured 700 more.
A DAY OF MURDER AND MAYHEM
Mohammad Sidique Khan, Shehzad Tanweer, Germaine Lindsay, and Hasib Hussain all detonated bombs on trains and a bus.
Mohammad Sidique Khan detonated his bomb at Edgware Road killing six people after boarding a westbound circle line train during rush hour.
Shehzad Tanweer detonated his bomb at Aldergate, killing seven people after boarding an eastbound circle line train, again during the rush hour.
Germaine Lindsay detonated his bomb at Russell Square killing twenty-six people after boarding a southbound Piccadilly line train, again during rush hour.
After the three bombings had occurred, Hasib Hussain boarded a number 30 bus at Tavistock Square. He detonated his bomb on the top deck killing thirteen people. Again during rush hour.
Four Muslim terrorists brought London to a complete standstill. Leaving 52 people dead and a further 700 people injured from bomb blasts.
IS BRITAIN SAFE?
Today we remember the victims of these terrorists. However, in doing so, we also reflect on what has been done to counter the threat of Islamic terrorism.
Since these horrendous attacks, we have found that more than 400 British ISIS JIHADI TERRORISTS have returned to the UK from former ISIS strongholds in Syria and Iraq.
We also find that only one in ten ISIS JIHADI TERRORISTS returning from Syria have been prosecuted.
That leaves a lot of ISIS JIHADI TERRORISTS walking our streets. They have blood on their hands and murder on their minds.
Anjem Choudary’s group al-Muhajiroun and all of its other manifestations have links to Muslim terrorists in the UK. One of these links INCLUDE the 7/7 terrorist bombings. Police have only recently admitted that nobody has ever been prosecuted for membership of this group, even though police are aware of 600 current or former members.
Have the British Government, its security services or its Police forces actually learned anything at all?
The pain and suffering of 7/7 victims left an indellible mark on the consciousness of the British public.
Those who are supposed to protect us are not as conscious as we would like them to be.